over-rated[ oh-ver-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-rated
Synonyms for over-rated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVER-RATED
Childhood is an over-rated period, fuller of sorrow than of joy.
Captain Lem had not over-rated the difficulties of that trip.
The difficulty in making the hay is a drawback, but this is over-rated.
The importance of the system of Copernicus cannot be over-rated.
To our mind, the importance of this circular cannot be over-rated.
The former is decidedly under-rated; the latter is over-rated.
Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire appear to have all been over-rated.
Some estates were over-rated, others were scandalously under-rated.
It is, therefore, most probable, that the population of Birmingham is over-rated.
I have an idea from what little I have seed of it, Scotland is over-rated.